WalletHub.com just ranked the 150 biggest American cities by how good they are for FOODIES, and Orlando came in FIRST.
The rankings are based on factors like number of restaurants per capita and their prices . . . restaurant diversity . . . food trucks . . . farmers markets . . . craft breweries . . . food festivals . . . cooking schools . . . and the cost of groceries.
The rest of the 10 best cities for foodies are: Portland, Oregon . . . Miami . . . Tampa . . . San Francisco . . . Cincinnati . . . St. Louis . . . Salt Lake City . . . Richmond, Virginia . . . and Seattle.
The worst city for foodies is . . . North Las Vegas. Here’s the rest of the 10 worst:
Moreno Valley, California . . . Grand Prairie, Texas . . . Montgomery, Alabama . . . Fontana, California . . . Aurora, Illinois . . . San Bernardino, California . . . Jackson, Mississippi . . . Fayetteville, North Carolina . . . and Garland, Texas. (WalletHub)